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1 3 5 7 9 11 13) 56 © 1998 J. M. Goldstein 9ths are called compound intervals because they span more than a single octave. The pitch names for 9ths and 2nds are the same. 11ths are also compound intervals. The pitch names for 11ths and 4ths are the same. The pitch names for 13ths and 6ths are also the same. The various chord types have different tensions available for reasons that we will discuss later (see: Chord Scales Via Modal Theory (Parts 1 and 2). For example: Most chords that have a major 3rd will not support Tension 11.

To be sure, there are many, many other possible 4 note structures, too many to list here, but most of them are rarely used as chords in their own right within a tonal composition. Quite often though, a group of 4 notes that can not itself be classified as a seventh chord can be seen to be a decoration of one or more of the regular seventh chord types. We shall also see that it is possible to add one or more tensions to triads, a process that will obviously result in a chord with at least 4 notes that is not a seventh chord.

Etc. Formula = 1 ∫3 ∫5. Written chord symbol = Cdim, Cº (“º” can mean either a full dim7 or a diminished triad. To be 100% sure a player will play a triad the copyist should write “Cdim(triad)”). An Augmented triad consists of a Root tone plus a tone situated a Major third above the Root (the 3rd), as well as a tone situated an Augmented 5th above the Root, which is called the “augmented 5th” or “#5”. Note that the #5 of an augmented triad is situated a Major 3rd above the chord’s 3rd. Therefore a C augmented triad consist of: C, E (3rd) and G# (#5th).

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